We’ve said it before, and we’ll say it again: if someone builds their mailbox in a specific way, or to look like a specific item, then they LOVE that thing.
This camper mailbox tells us the exact same thing, and we wouldn’t be surprised if all of the space inside this choice construction is constantly full of items since the people who own the home it’s attached to are always piling into their home away from home and taking to the road. Still, it’s a great look for someone who loves a little bit of adventure.
How High Can You Go?
One of the keys to success in our hectic modern world is organization. Keep things organized, and your projects will go smoother, take less time, and be more successful in the long run. Following this system, one creative worker has built a special mailbox to ensure the monthly bills get the treatment they deserve.
The poor mail carrier who works this route might have to bring along a stepladder to make sure he or she gets those bills up there. There are probably lots of other mailboxes on the route to get to; can't waste all the time on this one.
The Steel Curtain
New York has always been proud of the football team, NY Jets. Take this helmet mailbox, for instance, which, while definitely not the kind of thing you want to wear when you take the field, is something that all the football fans in The Big Apple will appreciate.
The mail carrier will probably feel a little weird about opening the face mask and shoving mail right where the eyes usually peer out from, but it won't take long to get used to it.
Baby, You Can Light My Mail
This mailbox is hot. We mean really hot. The orange flames catch the eye, the blue highlights around the flames excite the designer in all of us, and the red mail flag is the cherry on top. This design becomes impossible to ignore even if you don't have any mail for it.
We suggest stretching the design all the way and coating the pole with more flames. The mailbox would then for sure be seen from a distance. A sign with "mailman, you can light my fire" would give the perfect final touch.
Building Something Out of Nothing
Making something big is one thing, but it's another thing entirely to make something small, using small pieces. This mailbox, for instance, is an astounding bit of construction that we're certain slowed the mail carrier for a few minutes every time the mail came around.
While we can't see where the mail actually goes in, we're going to say it's probably around the back, where one might traditionally load things in a truck. But the cab gets all the attention, with intricate details on the fenders, inside the cab, on the wheels, and even for the cords from the cab to the trailer—what a treasure.